The PTA used the money to pay for arts programs, field trips, and classroom equipment — things parents say is really important. At the Board of Education, however, the superintendent said his hands are tied.
The district seeks the return of $37,733.73 in its lawsuit, which is tentatively scheduled to be heard on June 18.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie singled out this superintendent’s contract as a “poster boy” for greed, but now the state has approved it.